Photo: Detail from a photo of fishing boats in the Philippines, by Malin Pinsky (former Levin Lab member).
 
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2017

Beddington, J. et al. (including S.A. Levin). 2017. EU must not burn the world's forests for 'renewable' energy. The Guardian (December 14, 2017). .pdf

Chang, C.H. et al. (including S.A. Levin). 2017. The pleasure of pursuit: Recreational hunters in rural Southwest China exhibit low exit rates in response to declining catch. Ecology and Society 22 (1): 43. .pdf

Dixit, A. and S.A. Levin. 2017. Social creation of pro-social preferences for collective action. In The Theory of Externalities and Public Goods: A Memorial Volume Honoring Richard C. Cornes, ed. W. Buchholz and R. Rubbelke, 127-143. Springer. Available from Springer.

Fuller, E., Samhouri, J.F., Stoll, J.S., Levin, S.A., and J.R. Watson. 2017. Characterizing fisheries connectivity in marine and social ecological systems. ICES Journal of Marine Science 74(8): 2087-2096. .pdf

Hagstrom, G.I. and S.A. Levin. 2017. Marine ecosystems as complex adaptive systems: Emergent patterns, critical transitions, and public goods. Ecosystems 20(3): 458-476. .pdf

Hannam, P.M., Vasconcelos, V.V., Levin, S.A., and J.M. Pacheco. 2017. Incomplete cooperation and co-benefits: Deepening climate cooperation with a proliferation of small agreements. Climatic Change 144(1): 65-69. .pdf

Joshi, J., Couzin, I.D., Levin, S.A., and V. Guttal. 2017. Mobility can promote the evolution of cooperation via emergent self-assortment dynamics. PLoS Computational Biology 13(9): e1005732. .pdf

Klinger, D., Levin, S.A., and J.R. Watson. 2017. The growth of finfish in global open-ocean aquaculture under climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1864): 20170834. .pdf

Levin, S. and A. Xepapadeas. 2017. Transboundary capital and pollution flows and the emergence of regional inequalities. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series B 22 (3): 913-922. .pdf

Menge, D.N.L. and S.A. Levin. 2017. Spatial heterogeneity can resolve the nitrogen paradox of tropical forests. Ecology 94(4): 1049-1061. .pdf

Morin, B.R., Kinzig, A.P., Levin, S.A., and C.A. Perrings. 2017. Economic incentives in the socially optimal management of infectious disease: When Ro is not enough. EcoHealth: DOI: 10.1007/s/10393-017-1270-9. .pdf

Paine, R., Buhle, E., Levin, S., and P. Kareiva. 2017. Short-range dispersal maintains a volatile marine metapopulation: The brown alga Postelsia palmaeformis. Ecology 98(6): 1560-1573. .pdf

Palumbi, S.R., Estes, J.A., Kareiva, P., Levin, S.A., Lubchenco, J., and M.E. Power. 2017. Robert Treat Paine III (1933-2016). PNAS 114(27): 6881-6882. .pdf

Reeves, M.K. and S.A. Levin. 2017. Building a resilient business inspired by biology. Scientific American, Guest Blog (March 17, 2017). Available from Scientific American.

Reeves, M., Levin, S., Harnoss, J.D., and D. Ueda. 2017. The five steps all leaders must take in the age of uncertainty. The MIT Sloan Management Review (July 11, 2017). To read, click here.

Reeves, M., Levin, S., and D. Ueda. 2017. Think biologically: Messy management for a complex world. The Boston Consulting Group Website (July 19, 2017). To read, click here.

Ripple, W.J. et al. (including S.A. Levin). 2017. World scientists warning to humanity: A second notice. BioScience: DOI.org/10.1093/biosci/box125. .pdf

Thutupalli, S., Uppaluri, S., Constable, G.W.A., Levin, S.A., Stone, H.A., Tarnita, C.E., and C.P. Brangwynne. 2017. Farming and public goods production in C. elegans populations. PNAS 10(2): 155-165. .pdf

Tilman, A.R., Watson, J., and S. Levin. 2017. Maintaining cooperation in social-ecological systems: Effective bottom-up management often requires sub-optimal resource use. Theoretical Ecology 10(2): 155-165. .pdf

Van Boeckel, T.P., Glennan, E.E., Chen, D., Gilbert, M., Robinson, T.P., Grenfell, B.T., Levin, S.A., Bonhoeffer, S., and R. Laxminarayan. 2017. Reducing antimicrobial use in food animals. Science (Insights) 357(6358): 1350-1352. .pdf